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dahzmija: 1916–18, Yup'ik, Hooper Bay, Alaska, wood, pigment,...

dahzmija: 1916–18, Yup'ik, Hooper Bay, Alaska, wood, pigment, vegetal fiber, 20 1/?2 x 14 x 8 in., Diker no. 788, Courtesy American Federation of Arts.???
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